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 Post subject: Porting Solaris/Linux c++ code to HP-UX
PostPosted: 6. Feb 2009, 12:09 

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Hi All,

I've do porting of an age old application written in C, C++ to HP-UX. This was originally written for Solaris and has been ported later to RedHat Linux too. The application currently supports english language.

I just wanted to know what all will be my main challenges while porting C and C++ code to HP-UX. The application uses RW libraries extensively. Will RW be supported in HP-UX?

Japanese language support also should be provided after porting. The application uses X-Windows. I'd really appreciate if someone can throw some light into this...

Thanks in advance!
Jessy


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 Post subject: Re: Porting Solaris/Linux c++ code to HP-UX
PostPosted: 8. Feb 2009, 16:53 

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Normaly porting would be straigt forward to HPUX.
What excatly do you mean with RW ?

Eventualy the Open System Services Porting Guide (Document ID 520473), available from docs.hp.com would also be of interest for you.


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 Post subject: Re: Porting Solaris/Linux c++ code to HP-UX
PostPosted: 9. Feb 2009, 09:51 

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Dotsch wrote:
Normaly porting would be straigt forward to HPUX.
What excatly do you mean with RW ?

Eventualy the Open System Services Porting Guide (Document ID 520473), available from docs.hp.com would also be of interest for you.


Thank you Dotsch... By RW I meant RougeWave libraries. We are using that in many places within the code. I hope that's supported by HP-UX.

A silly question, Is Sunstudio available for HP-UX? Or which is the popular IDE/debugger used in HP-UX? Which compiler is used to compile the c++ code?

Thanks again,
Jessy


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 Post subject: Re: Porting Solaris/Linux c++ code to HP-UX
PostPosted: 9. Feb 2009, 23:26 

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clevermax wrote:
A silly question, Is Sunstudio available for HP-UX?

No.

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Or which is the popular IDE/debugger used in HP-UX? Which compiler is used to compile the c++ code?

ANSI C/C++ or gcc/g++ are the most common used compilers for HPUX.


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 Post subject: Re: Porting Solaris/Linux c++ code to HP-UX
PostPosted: 30. Apr 2009, 12:53 

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One more question on this.

Can aC++ compiler be made to run in Red hat Linux or Solaris?

Thanks in Advance!!


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 Post subject: Re: Porting Solaris/Linux c++ code to HP-UX
PostPosted: 30. Apr 2009, 13:25 

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clevermax wrote:
Can aC++ compiler be made to run in Red hat Linux or Solaris?

No. aC++ ist only available for HPUX. - If you would like to do cross platform porting, eventualy gcc is a alternative. But gcc's perfomance is not good as the vendors compilers. Other alternative is to make a code wich compiles on each (differnet) vendor compiler.


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